The 150-year-old bootmaker’s first stand-alone boutique (113 Spring St.; open).
Handmade leather handbags and luggage (781 Fifth Ave.; early Nov.).
New cloches and derby hats in a 1890s-era setting (337 Bleecker St. and 195B Fifth Ave., Park Slope; late Sept.).
The fourth local outlet for Weitzman’s sensible but stylish shoes (675 Fifth Ave.; mid-Sept.).
Travel bags that don’t scream out-of-towner (2205 Broadway; Oct. 27).
Trendy heels from the man behind Jessica Simpson’s shoes (87 E. 42nd St.; early Sept.).
Accessorizers & Apartment Improvers:
Treasure & Bond
Nordstrom’s philanthropic department store/head-scratcher (350 W. Broadway; open).
Accessorizers & Apartment Improvers & Foreign Imports:
The Finnish icon’s bright textiles splash 4,000 square feet (200 Fifth Ave.; Oct. 8).
Accessorizers & Cult Chains:
Crystal-encrusted, leopard print and over-the-knee heels (407 Bleecker St.; open).
Clothing. But more important, bags—in buffalo, croc, snake, and ostrich leather (134 Spring St.; early Sept.).
The Swiss giant moves to an “ice dune”–themed shop (666 Fifth Ave.; open).
Accessorizers & Cult Chains & Budget Fashion:
Two more gigantic stores join the Soho Godzilla (666 Fifth Ave. and 31 34th St.; late fall).
Accessorizers & Foreign Imports:
High heels with higher price tags, from France (350 Bleecker St.; late Sept.).
Italian leather handbags marked by bright tassels and prints (430 W. Broadway; Sept. 8).
Accessorizers & Budget Fashion & Foreign Imports:
An H&M-like trend interpreter from Canada (110 Fifth Ave.; late Oct.).
Accessorizers & Relocators:
A temporary locale with a men’s made-to-measure salon (601 Madison Ave.; mid-Oct.).
Modern furnishings one step above Ikea (979 Third Ave.; late Oct.).
Mrs. John L. Strong
Heavy-stock notecards, invites, and gift tags crammed into 100 square feet (699 Madison Ave.; Sept. 8).
Apartment Improvers & Foreign Imports:
Farrow & Ball
Artisanal English wallpaper that makes decorators swoon (142 E. 73rd St.; mid-Aug.).
Good news for discount shoppers leery of ground-zero tourists (1972 Broadway; Sept. 22).
Budget Fashion & Expanding Empires:
Store No. 3 for the Spanish seller of going-out tops (7 W. 34th St.; Sept. 24).
The jeans-focused pop-up becomes permanent (237 Lafayette St.; Sept. 8).
Denim Heads & Expanding Empires:
An exclusive outlet for the brand’s more special lines (45 W. 34th St.; Aug. 21).
Lauren goes turn-of-the-century haberdasher (381 and 383 Bleecker St.; open).
Rugby Ralph Lauren
Rugby shirts and page-boy caps for both sexes (380 and 390 Bleecker St.; Sept. 2).
Denim Heads & Indie Boutiques:
Dandy menswear and KITH shoes to go with your in-house haircut (233 Flatbush Ave., Park Slope; mid-Sept.).
J.Brand, Habitual, Hudson, Joe’s, and the like (346 W. 14th St.; Sept. 10).
Not just croc-logo polos; exclusive Loro Piana cashmere polos (608 Fifth Ave.; just opened).
The company’s sixth outpost, but the only one with Derek Lam (812 Washington St.; early Sept.).
Expanding Empires & Cult Chains:
The company’s fifth Manhattan store lands in Grand Central (42nd St.; late fall).
Frenchifying downtowners with Peter Pan collars and slim trousers (417 Bleecker St. and 145 Spring St.; late Oct.).
Clean silhouettes punched up with rock-star details (415 Bleecker St.; mid-Oct.).
Resortwear gone a bit boho (802 Washington St.; late Sept.).
Women’s and men’s duds, plus a few arty coffee-table books (211 Elizabeth St.; early Sept.).
Zac Posen’s lower-priced—not to say cheap—spinoff (875 Washington St.; Aug. 25).
Homegrown Tastemakers & Accessorizers:
Four-story flagship goes well beyond medallion ballet flats (797 Madison Ave.; early Sept.).
Homegrown Tastemakers & Accessorizers & Relocators:
Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry
Two sparkling floors, plus a conflict-free “bridal bar” (109 Mercer St.; late Oct.).
Housewarming gifts (slippers, cashmere throws) courtesy of Tory Burch’s ex (72 Spring St.; early Oct.).
The shuttered gift shop returns with double the space (51 Ave. A; mid-Sept.).
The designer’s graphic dresses, plus collaborations with other Brooklynites (56 Bogart St., Bushwick; open).
A new location for the vintage-clothing updater (156 Ludlow St.; Sept. 7).
Indie Boutiques & The Men’s Department:
Surface to Air
A co-ed boutique dealing in minimalist garb (27 Mercer St.; Sept. 8).
Blowouts for $40 a head, no matter your lock length (4 W. 16th St. and 119 W. 56th St.; Sept. 16 and mid-Oct.).
Red-carpet-caliber blowouts start at $45 (20 Thompson St.; open).
The megastore adopts wait-free mobile checkout (21–27 Ninth Ave.; Sept. 16).
Silk frocks, chichi kids’ clothes, giftable fragrances (605 Hudson St.; Sept. 15).
Primpers & Cult Chains:
Earthy Aussie skin products in two locations (232 Elizabeth St. and 60 University Pl.; Sept. 7 and 14).
A pink-swathed makeup counter/waxer from San Francisco (454 W. Broadway; Sept. 27).
New York minimalism mainstay sashays into former Theory spot (230 Columbus Ave.; late Aug.).
Trading meatpacking district for Anna Sui and Jill Stuart’s Soho block (112 Greene St.; late fall).
The brand slides down on the west side and expands on the east (755 Madison Ave., 1157 Madison Ave., and 201 Columbus Ave.; opens mid-Aug.).
Parent company Gap doubles down against Lululemon (216 Columbus Ave. and 1517 Third Ave.; open).
Circuit of Change
Pretty Zen for a boot camp: combines yoga, plyometrics, and interval training (57 W. 16th St.; Sept. 6).
Equinox-owned gym gets a makeover. Not to worry, the pool’s still there (421 Hudson St.; late Sept.).
Sweat Enablers & Cult Chains:
The wilderness giant’s first Manhattan foray (295 Lafayette St.; Nov.).
A cardio-cross-training-Pilates hybrid from—where else?—L.A. (37 W. 57th St.; Sept. 6).
Spin gym grows an UWS outpost (350 Amsterdam Ave.; late Sept.).
Sweat Enablers & Cult Chains & Expanding Empires:
Eastern Mountain Sports
Second city outpost for runners, hikers, bikers, et al. (2152 Broadway; Sept. 16).
Cushy workoutwear made convenient for Upper East Siders (1146 Madison Ave.; early Oct.).
Sweat Enablers & Expanding Empires:
Custom-built running shoes adorned with the telltale N (150 Fifth Ave.; open).
The fiercely popular flexibility studio expands uptown (2109 Broadway; open).
The Men’s Department:
Designer suits and knits for the high-fashion-minded male (75 Orchard St.; open).
Varsity jackets and other retro-prep menswear (25 Prince St.; open).
Vans DQM General
Streetwear, skate decks, and sneakers for shredders (93 Grand St.; early Sept.).
The Men’s Department & Expanding Empires:
Ivy-ready sportswear based on the brand’s sixties archives (901 Broadway; late fall).
The Men’s Department & Foreign Imports:
Tailored suits with a punk twist (no address yet; late Nov.).
Statement pieces from international labels (160 Ninth Ave.; open).